March 28, 2019

posted Mar 28, 2019, 6:47 AM by Niki Talley

Darby High School Daily Announcements

Mar 28th 2019


Lunch: Sweet & Sour Chicken with Rice, Salad & Fruit Bar and Milk


Announcements:

  • The K-12 Talent Show will take place in the Junior High Gym today, March 28th from 1:30 - 3:15

  • 8th graders are not allowed to take food out of the cafeteria any longer.  All food must be eaten in the cafeteria.

  • All Seniors: Stop by the office to pick up your cap and gowns for graduation.

  • Interact officers meeting today.   

  • Winter Sports Awards banquet tonight at 6:30 in the Cafeteria.

  • I Still Love to Read is in full swing. Get your reading sheets from Mr. Dufresne or Mrs. McCrossin. Gather your tickets from Mrs. McCrossin.  Boxes are at the office. Over $240 in prizes!

  • The Montana Conservation Corps will be at the high school on Friday from 10:00-11:30 in the Life Skills room for a presentation on their summer programs. 15 minute presentations per grade level will be provided for grades 8-12. 7th grade presentation will be in the middle school.

  • You can purchase your Yearbooks now! The cost is $25, and you have until April 10th to purchase them. Find out more from Mrs. Burdette.


Upcoming Events:


  • All Juniors will be taking the ACT Test on Tuesday, April 2nd.  Juniors, it is critical you attend school that day and we will also be feeding you the best gourmet lunch in town!

  • High School Softball in Hamilton Saturday, March 30th at 1:00

  • Junior High sports practices start April 1st! If you don’t have a sports packet yet, stop by the High School office.

  • Mr. Kohn has received the packets for any students that would like to become an airline flight attendant. Stop by his office if you are interested.

  • Road Trip! Spring college campus visits coming up in April & May for Juniors & Seniors.  Visits include The U of M, Missoula College, U of M Western and Bitterroot College. Sign up now with Mrs. Thomason if you want to go.


Darby Tigers are positive, respectful, responsible, safe, and they graduate!


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